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Oh Marcia! Brady Bunch star Maureen McCormick reveals her drug-taking, dates with Jacko and wild nights at the Playboy mansion in her new book. Maureen McCormick is famous for her role as the Brady Bunch's wholesome older sister, but off-screen the actress couldn't have been more opposite. While her character Marcia Brady was winning over audiences with her fresh-faced charm, McCormick was spiralling into depression and resorting to drug abuse, she admits in a shocking tell-all book. In her memoir Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady And Finding My True Voice, she opens up about her battle with cocaine addiction, trading sex for drugs, two abortions and debauched nights partying at the Playboy mansion.
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By the end of the series, Marcia and her husband, Wally a toy salesman who was frequently out of work, due to either layoffs or getting fired join their sisters-in-law Nora and Tracy to open a catering business.
Peter often thinks badly of himself, such as believing he has no personality in the episode "The Personality Kid". The clumsiest of the bunch, he sometimes gets overexcited and acts before thinking. Nevertheless, he is a fun-loving boy whom girls adored later in the original series. He has a non-related lookalike named Arthur Owens also played by Christopher Knightwho is shown in the episode "Two Petes in a Pod". Peter is also the only one in the family with brown eyes-all the others had blue or green eyes.
Peter was the only Brady child to not have a spouse or significant other when The Bradys was cancelled. Jan is the middle Brady daughter, and many of her storylines often involve Jan being jealous of her seemingly more popular older sister, Marcia, or Jan's awkward position as the middle child.
In addition, Jan is also insecure about having freckles and wearing glassesembarrassed about the fact she does not have a boyfriend later in the series she invents a fictional boyfriend named "George Glass" in an effort to save her reputationand concerned about her future appearance.
In Januarythis became the subject of an internet meme. In the episode "Her Sister's Shadow", in exration at her supposed inferiority to Marcia, she uttered the now famous catch phrase"Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! As a young teen, Jan had a striking resemblance to her great-aunt Jenny played by Imogene Coca in her younger days. Jan is also occasionally absent-minded, once losing the tube containing her father's architectural plans while visiting Kings Island amusement park in Cincinnati.
In her later high school years, Jan found she had a talent for painting as does Eve Plumbwhich likely led to her career choice as an architect, following in her stepfather's footsteps as shown in later reunion films. The two met in college he was her professor. However, they are unable to conceive their own children and in The Bradys adopt a Korean girl named Patty.
Child actress Debi Storm who later appeared on The Brady Bunch episode "My Fair Opponent" as Molly was hand-picked by producer Sherwood Schwartz to play Jan Brady in the original series, until he decided to cast all blondes for the roles of the three daughters.
Cox said in a interview that one of the reasons she auditioned for The Brady Bunch Movie was that she was a fan of the original series,  and that she used method acting during the film. Film critic Roger Ebert praised the character in The Brady Bunch Moviesaying that "a lot of the humor in the movie comes from the burning jealousy Jan feels for her popular older sister, Marcia".
The precocious and often overlooked youngest boy, Bobby was often portrayed as a whimsical dreamer, fantasizing about having various adventurous lifestyles, such as being a race car drivera cowboyand an astronaut. On one occasion, one of his fantasies came true when he got to play football with Joe Namath. On another occasion, Bobby became a professional race car driver, which led to a crash and Bobby's paralysis on The Bradys. Bobby is going through rehabilitative therapy when he marries his girlfriend, Tracy Martha Quinn.
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Bobby - who had dropped out of business school to pursue his dream of racing cars - resumes his originally intended career path, joining Peter in a business venture. She was portrayed as a naive, but occasionally precocious little girl, who was most often seen wearing her hair in corkscrew curls or braids and had a pronounced lisp. She frequently liked to snoop and share secrets she had found out.
In one episode, the family had to help her correct her habit of tattling. Cindy Brady also had various failed attempts at fame, such as attempting to break a world record for teeter-totteringappearing on a game show on which she suffered from stage fright and had a catatonic attackand trying to become "the new Shirley Temple ".
However, she does play a pivotal role in helping Bobby meet boyhood idol Joe Namath by signing Bobby's name to a letter stating he is "really, really sick".
At the radio station, she becomes romantically involved with her boss Ken Michelmana Jewish widower who is more than 15 years her senior and has two children. The relationship did not have time to develop before The Bradys was cancelled. Alice Nelson centerbest known to television viewers as simply Aliceis the housekeeper to the Brady family.
She was portrayed by Ann B. Alice grew up in the same neighborhood as the Bradys, graduating from Westdale High School, the school Greg and Marcia attended in the series.
Alice was the housekeeper to Mike Brady, his previous wife who died before the series starte and their three boys.
Alice stayed on, to be the housekeeper for not only his boys, but for his new wife Carol and her three daughters. Alice was generally impartial toward the children, although she presented Jan with a locket at one point, "from one middle sister to another".
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Alice was best known for telling jokes often self-deprecatingand usually interspersed with drier humor than the rest of the Brady clanwhich were almost invariably met with multiple "Oh, Alice! Alice was also known for her sky-blue housekeeping uniform, which she almost always wore. She also joined in the children's games including playing basketballand went along with the family on vacations.
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Physical activity would sometimes cause Alice to throw her back out, making her immobile for a short period of time. Alice had an identical cousin, Emma also played by Daviswho was a retired master sergeant in the Women's Army Corps. Emma once filled in for Alice when Alice traveled out of town. Alice quit her job at one point when she felt the children no longer trusted her, becoming a waitress at a local restaurant.
The first 17 episodes featured the voices of all six of the original child actors from the show, but Barry Williams, Maureen McCormick, and Christopher Knight were replaced for the last five episodes due to a contract dispute. Eve Plumb was the only regular cast member from the original show who declined to be in the series and the role of Jan was recast with Geri Reischl.
Although scheduled to be shown in its original full-length movie format, NBC at the last minute divided it into half-hour segments and showed one part a week for three weeks, and the fourth week debuted a spin-off sitcom titled The Brady Brides. The reunion movie featured the entire original cast; this proved to be the only time the entire cast worked together on a single project following the cancellation of the original series.
The movie's opening credits featured the season-one "Grid" and theme song, with the addition of The Brady Girls Get Married title. Eventually, they all reunite for Marcia and Jan's double wedding. The series begins with Marcia and Jan and their new husbands buying a house and living together. The clashes between Jan's uptight and conservative husband, Philip Covington III a college professor in science who is several years older than Jan, played by Ron Kuhlman and Marcia's slovenly and more bohemian husband, Wally Logan a fun-loving salesman for a large toy company, played by Jerry Houserwere the pivot on which many of the stories were based, not unlike The Odd Couple.
Florence Henderson and Ann B. Davis also appeared regularly. Ten episodes were aired before the sitcom was cancelled. This was the only Brady show in sitcom form to be filmed in front of a live studio audience.
Bob Eubanks guest-starred as himself in an episode where the two couples appear on The Newlywed Game. Throughout the late s and s, The Brady Girls Get Married was rerun on various networks in its original full-length movie format.
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According to Lloyd Schwartz, his father and he initially balked at the idea because they felt a new series would harm the Brady franchise. They finally relented because CBS was "desperate for programming".
A new series featuring the Brady clan was created entitled The Bradys. As with A Very Brady ChristmasThe Bradys also featured elements of comedy and drama and featured storylines that were of a more serious nature than that of the original series and its subsequent spin-offs.
Lloyd Schwartz later said he compared The Bradys to another dramedy of the time, thirtysomething. The two-hour series premiere episode aired on February 9,at 9 pm on CBS and initially drew respectable ratings.
Subsequent episodes were moved to 8 pm, where ratings quickly declined. Due to the decline, CBS cancelled the series after six episodes. In conjunction with the Renovation series, in the autumn ofThe Food Network aired two episodes of their program Chopped with the siblings as guest judges.
Twenty years following the conclusion of the original series, a film adaptation, The Brady Bunch Moviewent into production and was released in from Paramount Pictures.
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The film is set in the present day s and the Bradys, still living their lives as if it were the s, are unfamiliar with their surroundings. Davis as a long-haul truck driver, Barry Williams as a record label executive, Christopher Knight as a gym teacher at Westdale High, and Florence Henderson as Carol's mother. A sequel, A Very Brady Sequelwas released in The cast of the first film returned for the sequel.
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